Four Pakistani startups graduate from Chinaccelerator

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Four Pakistani startups made it to this year’s cohort of Chinaccelerator, one of the programs of the global venture capital SOSV. That means half of the selected companies were Pakistani who will receive up to $150,000 investment for 6% equity and undergo a 3+3 month program.

Lately, there has been a growing trend among Pakistani startups to seek early-stage funding from international accelerators. For example, nine local startups have graduated from SOSV’s MOX, including three in the latest cohort. Meanwhile another nine have gotten Y Combinator’s backing, with four in the W22 batch alone. But back to Chinaccelerator, following are the four startups who got in.


Sector: Transportation and Logistics
Founder(s): Agha Khan, Arafat Mir, Asad Gabol, Mirza Baig, Uzair Khan

MoveIt is an intra-city logistics platform that caters to both businesses and individual customers. The startup was incubated at the National Incubation Centre Islamabad.


Sector: Transportation and Logistics
Founder(s): Capt Adnan Ahmed

Lorryz is a B2B freight network that provides on-demand transportation services. It previously raised $1.4M funding in 2020 through i-Cell Telecom and the Emirates Investment & Development Centre.


Sector: Transportation and Logistics
Founder(s): Basit Sheikh, Hashaam Sheikh

InstaWorld is a B2B solution provider for retailers. It offers warehouses and fulfillment centers, a logistics fleet, a fintech-enabled instant payment solution, and an AI-powered end-to-end technology stack.

Trikl Technologies

Sector: FinTech
Founder(s): Haseeb Siddiqui

Trikl is a financial wellness platform that lets consumers save and invest their money. The startup is currently onboarding users for its waitlist.

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